Omega Fire Ministries general overseer Apostle Johnson Suleman has admitted to threatening to make someone disappear.
Suleman appeared in a video with his wife to make the admission. But he said one of his former pastors, Mike Davids, is not the one being threatened in a leaked phone call that has since gone viral.
The purported phone call was leaked by Davids who also accused Suleman of marital interference.
Suleman said Davids was not the one threatened in the audio. He accused the former Omega Fire Ministries pastor of doctoring the audio to make it appear so. He said the person being threatened in the video was a lady he was angry with three years ago. He said he already apologised to the lady. He also said he apologised to his wife.
Suleman said Davids had a wicked heart and needed to repent as there was still space for him “in the kingdom”. He said Davids was fond of scheming and fabricating lies against pastors.
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Davids has dragged Suleman to court. He accused him of committing adultery with his wife and denying him access to her and the children. He is demanding N2 billion in damages.
But Suleman said Davids and his wife live in Abuja but the former Omega Fire Ministries pastor would not even visit her.
Suleman has also dragged Davids to court for alleged libel. He wants N5 billion in damages. The apostle urged Davids to stop issuing empty threats and release whatever damaging information he believes he has.